Jabra App For Mac

PrintWe recently reviewed the Jabra Speak 710 (read our review ), and think it is one of the best accessories for making your iPhone into a true conference or high quality speaker phone. But in today’s world of Open Plan office layouts and work-from-home arrangements, people have an increasing need to conduct more private telephone conversations. For that, you should consider the Jabra Evolve 75 wireless headset.

Apple Tech Talk Scorecard Pros Cons Easy Setup Difficult to use the sync switch Simultaneous connection to 2 devices Hard to remember all of the controls Optional desktop stand High priced option in this category Jabra Evolve 75 Unboxing We have all heard that you can’t judge a book by its cover and that seems to hold true for many of the Jabra products we have reviewed. From the outside, the rather plain brown cardboard box our Jabra Evolve 75 came packed in would imply this is a low end headset. But spend a few minutes with the Jabra Evolve 75 and you’ll find the exact opposite. In the box is the Evolve 75 headset, tucked neatly into its custom protective case. Also in the case is a USB cord, used to charge the headset and the Jabra Link 370 USB Bluetooth® adapter. Our Jabra Evolve 75 also included the optional desktop charging stand. The headset is an on-the-ear style but has ample cushioning.

Copy the Library folder from the Jabra SDK V2 for Mac Release and place it in TestApplication project folder as shown below. Figure 4: Copy Library folder 3. In the Xcode workspace, add these files into the project as shown below Figure 5: Adding files in Xcode workspace 4. Move to the Build Phases tab and click on Add button. Jabra is a leading maker of Bluetooth headsets for mobile users, and a growing number of mobile apps rely on voice commands to let users do everything from send e-mails to update their Twitter status.

The headset measures 6.9 x 8.1 x 2 inches and weighs in at a mere 6.2 oz. Which allows for long wearing time without becoming uncomfortable. The optional charging stand measures 4.3 x 5.6 x 3.8 inches and would be a nice compliment on any desktop.

The internal rechargeable battery can be fully charged in about 3 hours and is rated for 15 hours of talk time and up to 30 hours of standby time. Keep in mind that this is not just a listening device but is intended to be used first and foremost for telephone conversations and the integrated medium-length, noise cancelling, unidirectional ECM microphone is mounted on the right earpiece but swings up out of the way when not in use. Jabra Evolve 75 Setup Like the Jabra Speak 710, there was practically no effort required to get the Evolve 75 up and running.

To connect the Jabra Evolve 75 to an iPhone 7, you slide and hold the On/Off/Sync Bluetooth switch to the sync position for 3 seconds. Voice guided instructions will walk you through the pairing instructions. We found it a little awkward to locate and hold the sync switch while wearing the headset.


It took us a couple of tries before we finally got it but once we did, the pairing process was quick and easy. Pixlr mac. Pairing to our MacBook Pro was just as easy using the included Jabra USB Bluetooth adapter.

Jabra Evolve 75 Controls The controls for the Jabra Evolve 75 take a little getting used to but after a couple of times using it, they should become almost second nature. Most of the controls are on the right earpiece. The center of the outer surface is a button that you press to answer and end calls and you can push the larger surface on the top or bottom to raise or lower the volume respectively.

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Along the bottom edge you will find the On/Off/Sync switch, the Bluetooth LED indicator and the mini USB port to connect the USB charging cable. The same port is used to mount the headset on the charging stand. Finally, on the top of the right ear cup is a mute button. The left side contains a button to turn on the Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), and the ANC LED indicator. Similar to the right side button used to answer and end calls, the left side has a similar button which activates what Jabra calls a “Listen-in” feature.

This allows the wearer to hear the ambient sounds even while wearing the headset. This can be very handy in an office environment when you may want (or need) to interact with colleagues but don’t want to keep taking off the headset to have a conversation.

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Finally, on the outer edge of the center buttons (on both sides) is an LED ring which turns red when you are on a call. This “Busylight” lets your co-workers know you are on a call and shouldn’t be disturbed. Jabra has done an excellent job of letting you control a host of functions with a minimum number of individual buttons. The trade-off is having to remember all of the different combinations. Most of the control is handled from the right earpiece. Here are just some of the ways you can control the Jabra Evolve 75 headset (all from the right ear cup). Answer call or End Call Press the Answer/End button once.